i-act is the UK’s leading evidence-based and accredited mental health and wellbeing programme for understanding and managing mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. i-act aims to reduce the stigma around mental health and wellbeing issues and promote more positive messages. i-act is an evidence-based approach which is designed by leading chartered psychologists and academics in the field and is systematically reviewed every three years. Offering a basic first-response approach along with a proactive focus upon improving wellbeing to help build resilience. As the layperson, it’s not our role to ‘treat’ someone’s mental health or wellbeing issues.i-act practitioners and managers may identify signs of distress, but don’t diagnose, offering support and signposting, but know their limitations. Engaging thinking about your own mental health and wellbeing, any support you might access and how you might actively improve your own wellbeing. i-act supports the theory that actively improving our wellbeing can help to build our resilience.
i-act managers have:
i-act – The Essential Course for ALL Employees/Front-line Workers
i – act employees and frontline staff have:
Course objectives: the i-act course for employees/front-line workers aims to: